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Help on using share

Discussion in 'P2P Support' started by tangokilo78, Nov 4, 2009.

  1. tangokilo78

    tangokilo78 New Member

    Does anyone use share anymore? I am trying to use it but I seem to have problems connection to anything else. I have tried to add nodes and it seems like it doesnt do anything. Should I just try some other program? or is it better to use share?
     
  2. handyman

    handyman Super Perv Former Staff

  3. tangokilo78

    tangokilo78 New Member

    Ok I did that and it seems to work but now if you look at the log it says global ip resolved but then immediately disconnects. I have set up the port through windows and my router is the problem the nodes or there is something else I need to do with the port number
     
  4. IdolFun

    IdolFun ★ ☆ I Am God ☆★ Super Moderator

    Ask in that thread for help
     
  5. tangokilo78

    tangokilo78 New Member

    Ok. I didnt see any problem with asking here because I was the person who wrote this one.
     
  6. tasar1966

    tasar1966 New Member

    what dose that mean?

    "If you have the hash for the file you want, click on the Triggers tab, "Add Trigger" and then paste the hash value into the Hash field, leaving "Add to DB only" unticked. You might want to set a minimum file size of 100 MBs to screen out text dummies or a maximum of 2000 MBs if you want to exclude ISOs. Click "Add." As soon as Share finds the file, it will automatically add it to your Download window and start downloading. Share can only search for a limited number of triggers at a time, so don't create too many."


    good thing I am nt looking for help.

    now can anyone help me?
     
  7. tasar1966

    tasar1966 New Member

    good lord you all are good at telling people where to look. is it that hard to explain what is needed to get it to work?
     
  8. elgringo14

    elgringo14 Survived to Japan Super Moderator

    If you make an effort to ask clearly your problem, we can try to help. :notice:

    I'll explain in the other thread.
     
  9. tasar1966

    tasar1966 New Member

    try to help?

    ok maybe i am being a little short. i am this way because I ask for help. get told this is not the right place to post this. they act like i should know how and what to do. why would i now to look under p2p if i have no idea what or how to use a hash. i am told to look at faq on how to use share. some of the things in the faq are far from clear . like "If you have the hash for the file you want, click on the Triggers tab, "Add Trigger" and then paste the hash value into the Hash field, leaving "Add to DB only" unticked. You might want to set a minimum file size of 100 MBs to screen out text dummies or a maximum of 2000 MBs if you want to exclude ISOs. Click "Add." As soon as Share finds the file, it will automatically add it to your Download window and start downloading." ok explain how do you enter a hash. i get this "[IV] (U-15) (関愛永) コスモス 愛永 [TASKJ-044].avi gfdwefg9RYFmvEebz 1,482,285,338 f2f23df3b2bac162742d0e141e33de5f51dae94d" i tried and enter all of this and i get a not vaid hash. i have no repeat no idea what i am doing. all i ask for is help yes it is alot of help. if you cant or wont help please keep post like "Try reading through the FAQ and following the instructions step by step. It worked for me first time when I did it." i am sorry i am so slow and not able to get this.

    obtw

    "I'll explain in the other thread." ok i will bite what other thread? you have lost me again.
     
  10. elgringo14

    elgringo14 Survived to Japan Super Moderator

  11. Fuurin

    Fuurin Active Member

    f2f23df3b2bac162742d0e141e33de5f51dae94d

    is the hash. [IV] (U-15) (関愛永) コスモス 愛永 [TASKJ-044].avi is the file name. gfdwefg9RYFmvEebz is the ID of the user who first uploaded the file. 1,482,285,338 is the file size.